[FOSDEM] Proposition of presentation

claire corgnou clarista.mozilla at gmail.com
Fri Jan 6 18:01:05 CET 2012


The target of this presentation would be the "geeks" :D
I'd like to convince them they need Average Jane or Joe, so I'd like to
convince them to welcome Average Jane or Joe, and to learn geeks how to
speak to them.
You know, I am an Average Jane, and it has been quite difficult to me to
enter the community. Difficult, but not impossible! And now, I simply love
FLOSS. So I'd like to explain how Mozillians managed to catch my attention.

Am I clear? :-)

Cheers,

Clarista



2012/1/6 Philip Paeps <philip at fosdem.org>

> On 2012-01-06 15:11:42 (+0100), claire corgnou <clarista.mozilla at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > I'd like to propose you a presentation I could do during the Fosdem: a
> > presentation about FLOSS and Average Jane or Joe = why we need to reach
> the
> > whole public, to explain the FLOSS 'philosophy... Because people don't
> know
> > the ideal that is behind FLOSS. And because "normal" people can do a lot
> of
> > things to help to spread FLOSS. So I'd like also to give some ideas of
> easy
> > contributions towards the public.
>
> It's not clear to me what the target audience of your presentation is.  If
> the
> target audience is 'Average Jane or Joe', it's a lot like preaching to the
> converted at FOSDEM: we're all convinced of open source already; so
> convinced
> in fact that we develop open source software (not the D in FOSDEM).  If the
> intent is to instruct developers in how to better communicate with
> "muggles"
> on the other hand, it might fit in the "Community" track if there's room
> for
> it on the schedule.
>
> > Do you think it would be possible to do this presentation?
>
> Everything is possible.
>
>  - Philip
>
> --
> Philip Paeps
> Senior Reality Engineer
> Ministry of Information
>
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